Que Kidz is an innovative new program from Gamma Pi that focuses on wholesome, educational and fun activities for youth from at-risk communities. Once a month on Saturdays, members of the Gamma Pi chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity visit with the youth at the Kentland Community Center in Prince George's County for a morning of exciting activities. Sometimes the day includes a field trip. Other times, it involves something as simple as sitting in a circle and playing games that challenge the young minds and boost the children’s confidence.
Que Kidz helps young kids learn to dream. The program is designed for younger children. Parents drop the children off at the Kentland Community Center early in the morning and pick them up later that day.
In some ways, the Que Kidz program complements the Project ENRICH college preparatory program partnered by Gamma Pi and the Friendship Charities Foundation. It reaches children earlier in life, when their attitudes and behavior patterns are being shaped, and helps guide them along on the right path so that they might be confident, well-adjusted and inquisitive as they enter their teenage years where so many futures are built or snuffed out by the type of environment children grow up in. For many youths, Que Kidz is the difference between a life of frustration and disadvantage versus a life of promise. and hope